India banks reopen to long queues after rupee withdrawal

In numerous ATM counters, people complained that they had been waiting for long and at last when they swiped their cards, the ATM was cashless. The endless wait to get valid currency notes are taking a toll on people waiting for hours in long queues as there were reports of many elderly people collapsing. Read More

Banks Get $44 Billion Of Old Currency Notes In Four Days

Monday, being Guru Nanak Jayanti, there will be extra pressure on ATMs as the banks will be shut. "There's chaos everywhere", said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, one of Modi's rivals. The stone grey-coloured note bears year of printing "2016" and Swachh Bharat logo printed on the reverse. The machines are being re-calibrated so that they can dispense new 500 and 2,000 rupee notes, which do not fit into the existing cash trays in the ATMs. Read More

USMNT 1 - Mexico 2

The Mexican captain lifted the ball over goalkeeper Brad Guzan for his 17th worldwide goal. He had two goals in two games for the U.S.in October friendlies and that made him a logical choice for the roster. After about 25 minutes of the unsuccessful 3-5-2, Jurgen Klinsmann mercifully switched to the more conventional 4-4-2. The U.S. fell by the same scoreline, 2-1, as it did then while the Hershey native, 18, was one of the bright spots of the hosts' attack at MAPFRE Stadium in ... Read More

Dollar, Mexican peso, Stocks Tumble As Trump Takes Election Lead

Dollar, Mexican peso, Stocks Tumble As Trump Takes Election Lead

The emergence of a clear victor in the presidential race may also help stocks as it removed some uncertainty, Colas added. The Hang Seng index dropped 2.8 per cent, to 22,262.74 points by midday break. She would later lose all three to Trump. "President Trump said his election would be bigger than Brexit - and as far as financial markets are concerned, that is already true". Read More

How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Thursday

Stocks moved mostly lower on Friday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average pulled back from its recent record and crude oil tanked the energy sector. Its previous record close was 18,636.05, notched in mid-August. Southwestern Energy and Hess each fell 2 percent. NO DIAL TONE: Phone companies were trading lower, part of a sell-off in telecom and other safe-haven stocks. Read More

NewsAlert: Senate Republican leader says he asked Trump to back Keystone

NewsAlert: Senate Republican leader says he asked Trump to back Keystone

Obama, a Democrat, rejected the project after opponents raised environmental concerns about the pipeline, which primarily would have transported crude from Alberta's oil sands. Trump has also said that he wants the United States to get some of the profit from Keystone, though he has not specified how that would work. The new president-elect is looking at a piece of the profit as an incentive to getting the pipeline built, and has a Republican Congress that has already put its stamp of ... Read More

Muni Bond Week in Review: Yields jump like crazy

That's a 22 basis point move. Yields finished the day up more than 20 basis points at the long end and at their highest level since January as traders began to price in the possibility that Trump's plan to cut taxes and support for massive infrastructure spending would aewaken the inflationary spirits of the U.S. Read More

Katy Perry Reacts To Donald Trump Victory

Katy Perry Reacts To Donald Trump Victory

Signs of protest and disruption flooded Twitter's trending topics. Trump supporters are also expressing their views on the election under the hashtag. Some users claim they are trying to create unity with the movement while others claim it's to support those targeted by Trump during his campaign like women, people of color and the LGBTQ community among others. Read More

Parliament Must Accept Brexit Vote was Legitimate: UK PM May

Parliament Must Accept Brexit Vote was Legitimate: UK PM May

On whether Mrs May will accept the extraordinarily brass-necked demand, he added: "Sorry, but we live in a democracy and the Government has to be responsive to Parliament". He added: "There must be no attempt to remain inside the European Union now, attempting it behind the back door or a second referendum". Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said political leaders had a "duty to calm tempers, heal division and work together to keep Britain open, tolerant and united". Read More

British PM arrives in India for key visit

The depth of Indo-UK Business relationship is reflected in the finalization of deals totaling £9.2. billion between India and UK in 2015, direct employment of over 110000 people by Indian companies in the UK and an estimated £22 billion investment by British companies in India generating 691000 jobs. Read More

Utah police officer struck, killed during vehicle pursuit

Utah police officer struck, killed during vehicle pursuit

Officers and colleagues salute at the scene where a West Valley City police officer died after he was struck by a vehicle during a chase Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016, in West Valley City, Utah. According to the Police Department, Brotherson has been with the department since December 2013. The officer, whose name has not been released, died at the scene. Read More

Gov. Mike Pence campaigns in West Michigan Saturday

Gov. Mike Pence campaigns in West Michigan Saturday

In a sign that Clinton was leaving nothing to chance, the 69-year-old former secretary of state added a stopover Monday in MI, a state Obama won handily in 2008 and 2012. Watts is cake decorator, but she offered a politician's explanation for her stance. Clinton has said she wants to fix the law and save it. "How do I tell my children I voted for her?" Pence's last request is a simple one: pray. Read More

Body Of Missing East Texas Girl Found In Well; Relative Held

Body Of Missing East Texas Girl Found In Well; Relative Held

Police said the remains were found at a home a few miles from the church on Saturday night following a tip leading them to search the property. . A family member says the man is a cousin who "acted like an uncle to Kayla". Kayla was last seen in the lobby sitting in a chair by herself at around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, and when her mother returned to get her around 8 p.m., the child had vanished. Read More

Clinton focuses on pushing turnout

Clinton focuses on pushing turnout

He claimed that Hillary Clinton is "consistently treated differently than just about any other candidate", and that "there's a reason we haven't had a woman president". This time around, 90 percent of likely black voters are backing Clinton, according to a New York Times/Siena College survey released October 27. Inside the Clinton campaign, crunchtime has begun. Read More

Manufacturing sector growth at 22-month high in Oct: PMI

Manufacturing sector growth at 22-month high in Oct: PMI

However, the fall in the pound also had a "marked" impact on costs, with the price of imported goods rising. A reading above 50 indicates expansion and less than 50 signals contraction. The price hikes resulted in manufacturers passing on higher prices to their customers as charges rose for the sixth consecutive month and to the steepest degree since June 2011. Read More

Trump Pulls Even With Clinton In North Carolina

Trump Pulls Even With Clinton In North Carolina

Asked a little more than a week before Election Day, more than a third of likely N.C. voters say they believe voter fraud will be a major problem this year, and more than two-thirds are anxious about the decisions the victor will make as president, regardless of who takes office. Read More

Donald Trump adds to skepticism about Colorado's mail ballots

Donald Trump adds to skepticism about Colorado's mail ballots

But there's another set of still-registered voters who haven't yet been sent ballots - nearly 53,000 of them - because they've been placed in an "inactive-voter" category. So, let's all add "the mechanics of voting" to the long list of Things That Donald Trump Doesn't Actually Understand. It's unclear whether Trump was encouraging people who have already voted to do that again, which would constitute voter fraud. Read More

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 6th

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 6th

Next week, on Sunday, Nov. 6 , we will once again engage in this odd ritual of moving time as we fall back, setting our timepieces an hour earlier. Your mornings will get lighter, but your evenings darker after they go back by an hour at 2am. Read More

Marathon Oil Corporation(NYSE:MRO) Declares Dividend of $0.0500

Marathon Oil Corporation(NYSE:MRO) Declares Dividend of $0.0500

Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR) has posted trailing 12 months earnings of $-13.74 per share. Meyer Handelman has 0.87% invested in the company for 513,126 shares. The business also recently declared a quarterly dividend , which will be paid on Thursday, December 1st. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Wednesday, November 9th. Read More

Tesla reports first quarterly profit in more than 3 years

So does the third-quarter earnings announcement mark a turning point for the stock? It turns out making electric, semi-autonomous vehicles can be profitable with Elon Musk's Tesla Motors Inc. Third-quarter profit excluding some items was 71 cents a share, the electric-car maker said Wednesday in a letter to shareholders . Tesla posted a profit of $22 million for the third quarter, a rare event for the auto company. Read More